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Underperform Recommendation Issued On EXR By Scotiabank

By KlickAnalytics Data Insights  |   May 16, 2024 10:30AM ET

  • Scotiabank analyst issues UNDERPERFORM recommendation for EXR on May 16, 2024 09:28AM ET.
  • The previous analyst recommendation was Underperform.
  • EXR was trading at $152 at issue of the analyst recommendation.
  • The overall analyst consensus : BUY.
  • Current analyst recommendations are : 1 - Strong Buy, 2 - Buy, 2 - Hold recommendations .

  • Historical Analyst Recommendations
    Latest 10 recommendations
    Report DateAnalyst CompanyActionPrevious GradeNew GradePrice when posted
    2024-05-16 Scotiabank Hold Underperform Underperform 152.00
    2024-04-05 Wells Fargo Hold Overweight Overweight 144.52
    2023-12-12 Wells Fargo Upgrade Overweight 139.04
    2023-09-13 Citigroup Hold Neutral Neutral 124.45
    2023-06-30 B. Riley Hold Buy Buy 149.38
    2023-06-16 Piper Sandler Hold Hold Hold 146.32
    2023-04-04 Raymond James Upgrade Outperform Strong Buy 157.87
    2023-01-09 Raymond James Upgrade Outperform 147.30

    Historical Price Performance

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